A Food reading group series with the following event dates:
- Sept. 17: Environmental Humanities Methods and Theory
- Oct. 8: Food Sovereignty
- Oct. 22: The Impact of COVID-19 on Food Systems and People
- Nov. 5: Environmental Humanities Initiative Distinguished Lecture
- Nov. 12: Environmental Humanities Wrap-up
An undergraduate Environmental Humanities Certificate launched in 2009 to offer a wide range of graduate courses across the disciplines that allow students to explore the full interdisciplinary nature of interlinked social and environmental systems.
Dinner 2040, which envisions the future of food in Phoenix, Arizona.
Life Overlooked, which teaches students to become “citizen humanists” who deploy the arts and humanities to call attention to “overlooked” species such as microfauna, algae, grasses and insects that are as important to the functioning of healthy ecosystems as more “famous” mammals.
An Archive of Hope and Cautionary Tales, a collection of small-scale approaches to climate change.
Living with Critters, which empowers students and citizens to act as cultural street scientists with an eye toward the ethical dimensions of discovery and representation of nonhuman species.
Environmental Rephotography, which visually maps time, change and experience of the environment through a photographic lens.